Hainan Airlines will cut international capacity to the US and Europe in the fall and winter seasons because of low load factors. The Haikou-based carrier said it would reduce frequencies on the following routes: Beijing-Chicago from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly; Beijing-San Jose from 5X-weekly to 3X-weekly; Beijing-Seattle from daily to 5X-weekly; Shanghai (Pudong)-Seattle from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly; and Beijing-Manchester from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly. According to a filing released by ...

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